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(added November 25, 2015)

This file has 30 task cards with vertical and horizontal money addition problems.

(added November 24, 2015)

Can you unscramble the word? The letters in this weeks spelling words mixed up. Put them in the correct order to reveal each word.

(added November 23, 2015)

This file has 30 task cards with money subtraction on them.

(added November 23, 2015)

How many spelling words can you find in the word-hunt puzzle?

(added November 23, 2015)

Write all unit sixteen words alphabetically, starting with arrange and ending with whose.

(added November 23, 2015)

First, read each sentence. Then circle the spelling word. If the word is written correctly, write the word CORRECT. If it is spelled incorrectly, write the corrected spelling on the line.

(added November 23, 2015)

On this form, students will write each spelling word as her/his teacher reads it aloud.

(added November 23, 2015)

This week's words each have the /j/, /ch/, or /tch/ sound. Word list includes: orange, porch, catch, culture, stretch, checkers, postage, large, jacket, capture, bridge, judge, nature, arrange, and courage.

(added November 23, 2015)

Subtract numbers in the shapes shown. For instance: Subtract the number in the hexagon from the number in the pentagon.

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(added November 23, 2015)

The polygons at the top of the page have fractions written in them. Subtract pairs of shapes. For example: Subtract the number in the octagon from the number in the hexagon.

(added November 23, 2015)

Subtract numbers shown in various polygons. For example: Subtract the fraction in the pentagon from the fraction in the hexagon.

(added November 20, 2015)

Learn about the shy and squishy squid! Did you know that a giant squid can grow up to the size of a school bus?! Discover other interesting facts in this printable animal article. Vocabulary words, comprehension questions, and a writing prompt are included in this reading comprehension packet.

(added November 19, 2015)

Kids can make their own word-find puzzle and have a classmate solve it.

(added November 19, 2015)

Using cursive or print handwriting, students write each spelling word two times.

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(added November 19, 2015)

On the spelling test, students listen carefully as their teacher reads spelling words aloud. They write words on the line as they hear them.

(added November 19, 2015)

On this worksheet, students will write all of their spelling words alphabetically.

(added November 19, 2015)

For this spelling activity, students are given groups of words to alphabetize. For example, "*incorrect, highest, everybody, impatient, impossible*" is rewritten as "*everybody, highest, impatient, impossible, incorrect*.

(added November 19, 2015)

First use scissors to cut out the word unit eighteen cards. Then alphabetize them on the grid. After that, students attach them onto the page with their glue sticks.

(added November 19, 2015)

Have your students unscramble the mixed-up spelling words.

(added November 19, 2015)

Prefixes are the theme for this week. Mismatch, unhealthy, unable, removed, untangle, unknown, unequal, reappear, recharge, misplace, incorrect, impatient, impossible, review, rearrange, unwrapped, unlike, mistaken, unstable, and regroup.

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(added November 19, 2015)

Cut apart the math cards and solve the 4-digit subtraction problems. Then sort the differences into two categories on the t-chart: "Even Differences" and "Odd Differences."

(added November 19, 2015)

Cut out the math cards. Solve the subtraction problems. Then sort the answers into "even differences" and "odd differences." After that, students glue the math cards in the correct columns on the t-chart.

(added November 19, 2015)

Subtract to find the answers. Then sort the differences into two categories on a t-chart: Even Numbers and Odd Numbers. This is a cut-and-glue activity.

(added November 19, 2015)

Find the answers to the subtraction problems (no regrouping). Then sort the answers into "Even Numbers" and "Odd Numbers."

(added November 19, 2015)

Alphabetize each group of words and write them on the lines.

(added November 19, 2015)

Alphabetize all twenty-five spelling words and write them neatly on the lines.

(added November 19, 2015)

Want to learn all about coral reefs? This article describes the ocean's most unique living community. Home to thousands of species of fish and other sea animals, coral reefs play an important role in the well-being of the Earth. This reading comprehension article includes short answer, multiple choice, and vocabulary questions.

(added November 18, 2015)

Write spelling words on the blank lines as the teacher reads them aloud.

(added November 18, 2015)

Alphabetize the words and glue them to the top of the page.

(added November 18, 2015)

Write all spelling words (which includes challenge words and review words) alphabetically. Start with the word *allowance* and end with the word *youngest*.

(added November 18, 2015)

Unscramble the letters in each unit seventeen spelling word.

(added November 18, 2015)

Create your own word find puzzle by hiding words on the grid.

(added November 18, 2015)

This list has /ow/ and /oi/ words, such as allowance, joining, boiling, astounding, cloudy, drowsy, appointment, royal, noisy, boundary, crowded, choice, employ, chowder, eyebrow, tower, thousand, fountain, and around.

(added November 18, 2015)

Read the numbers in congruent shapes and subtract. For example: Subtract the number in the trapezoid from the number in the square.

(added November 18, 2015)

At the top of the page, students are presented with a series of shapes. They subtract numbers from pairs of shapes and find the differences. For example: Subtract the number in the rhombus from the number in the trapezoid.

(added November 18, 2015)

Solve each 4-digit addition problem. Then cut out the cards and sort them into two different categories: Odd Sums and Even Sums.

(added November 18, 2015)

First, solve the addition problems. Then cut out the problem cards and sort them into two categories on the t-chart: Odd Sums and Even Sums.

(added November 17, 2015)

At the top of the worksheet, students are shown a series of shapes with numbers in them. They divide numbers in similar shapes.

(added November 16, 2015)

At the top of this worksheet, there are many shapes with positive and negative numbers in them. Students find pairs of congruent shapes, and add the numbers inside ofthem. For example:* Find the sum of the numbers in the trapezoids.*

(added November 16, 2015)

At the top of this worksheet, students are presented with shapes that have positive and negative integers in them. Students multiply similar shapes together. For example:*Find the product of the numbers in the hexagons.*

(added November 16, 2015)

Use this question worksheet to give your students extra practice with this week's spelling words. Write the present tense verb in the past tense. Write a spelling word for each definition. Find a spelling word that is a synonym to the given word. Complete the sentences. Bonus questions and answer key are included.

(added November 13, 2015)

Cut out the holiday words and sort them alphabetically. Then use your jolly glue stick to attach them to the page in ABC order.

(added November 13, 2015)

Use this page when giving the Christmas spelling test at the end of the week. Students write the words on the worksheet as their instructor reads them aloud.

(added November 13, 2015)

Write all of the words in alphabetical order, beginning with the word *bell* and ending with *tree*.

(added November 13, 2015)

Unscramble the words and write them neatly on the line. For example, the letters "irant" becomes "train".

(added November 13, 2015)

This list has Christmas words, such as: snow, tree, Santa, card, elf, shop, sled, train, gift, and bell.

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